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‘Worst of the worst’: Video game retailers have been the worst hit by a global recession

In the wake of the UK’s economic collapse, digital gaming is experiencing its worst of the best.

Many major retailers, such as GAME, GAME.com, Humble and GamersGate, have seen huge losses in recent months.

Some of those stores, including GAME.co.uk, GAME and GAME.ru, have also closed their doors.

Others, such a GAME.de, GAME, Gamersgate and GAME Poland, have reported significant losses. 

While the fallout from the financial crisis has led to a dip in online sales, the fallout also has led many to cut back on the number of people playing online games. 

“We were the biggest online retailer in the world.

We’re in a bad recession,” said Tim Whelan, founder of Games For Change, an organization that works to combat online gaming.

“So we were very nervous and we thought we’d never make a comeback.

But now we’re on the verge of going through another recession.””

I think we’re in the same position as a lot of people that are in the digital space,” he said.

“There are a lot more people buying digital games than we were before.

People are buying games because they want to play games.” 

In November, the US Consumer Technology Association (CTA) released a report that found the digital game industry has fallen by 17 per cent since 2010.

The industry is expected to be worth $5.5 billion by 2019, a number that will grow by only 10 per cent a year as digital games are more popular than ever. 

The industry’s biggest players are Electronic Arts, publisher of the popular video game Battlefield 3, and Blizzard Entertainment, which has created the popular World of Warcraft game.

“We are seeing a lot less online engagement, a lot fewer people buying online games,” said Chris Taylor, senior vice president of digital and games at Electronic Arts.

“It’s going to continue to be a very, very expensive way to get gamers online.”

“That’s going, for the most part, to the detriment of the consumers,” Taylor said. 

However, he added that the industry’s growth has been slowing, which is something that retailers have to deal with. 

In the UK, GAME has lost $1.6 billion since 2012, and has had to close several stores since 2014.

While it still has about 25 stores, many have closed due to low sales or financial difficulties. 

GamersGate reported a $1 billion loss in 2014, and the company has seen its sales shrink by about 40 per cent over the past two years. 

Many retailers are also seeing the negative impact of the digital downturn. 

GameStop, one of the largest online retailers in the US, reported a loss of $2.7 billion in 2014. 

Retailers are also taking the brunt of the economic downturn.

GAME, a company which makes video games, has reported losses of more than $1 million in the past 12 months.

“In the retail space, it’s really hard to get back to pre-recession levels,” said Whelian.

“The biggest impact is that they’re not making enough money on their inventory. 

So, that’s really a big concern. 

But they are doing a really good job of being prepared for this, and they’re trying to take advantage of that.””

Retail is the heart and soul of the gaming business, and we’re going to be the biggest loser in this.” 

However this isn’t all bad news for retailers. 

For the first time in more than 10 years, the UK has a higher number of online stores than offline stores, according to a report from The Economist. 

And despite the recession, digital games have been on a rise, with online sales expected to reach $2 billion by 2020. 

This, coupled with the rise of mobile games and a surge in PC sales, has resulted in the UK becoming the second-largest game market in the country, behind the US. 

As a result, retail has also become more competitive. 

Games For Change recently released a study that found that the UK is now a major destination for digital game sales. 

There are currently more than 2.5 million people playing games online in the U.K., which is double the number in 2015. 

According to a survey from the game publisher Electronic Arts conducted in January, a whopping 84 per cent of gamers said they would consider buying a game if it were released on their PC.

In November of this year, Electronic Arts announced that it would be relaunching the World of Tanks online game in the EU.